Adaptive management: A tool for conservation practitioners
Redford, K. H.
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This e-book is a hands on guide for conservation practitioners interested in improving their collaborative conservation methods through adaptive management processes. This includes a triangulation of experience, theory and methods from business, social, and hard sciences. While this includes a review of the theoretical literature, this book is more focused on providing practitioners with tools to help them incorporate adaptive management techniques into conservation projects for a more successful outcome.
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